Really? Ubisoft gave away NFTs to its employees for 20 years of Ghost Recon

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Ubisoft has become one of the most ardent supporters of NFTs and their arrival in the industry. This despite the fact that its gaming community and employees are against non-fungible tokens and all that they imply.


In a desperate move to try to change the opinion of its employees, the company organized an event where it tried to resolve the doubts of developers who do not believe in this trend or in Ubisoft Quartz, its project with NFT.


Most strikingly, Ubisoft is said to have given out unique non-fungible tokens to developers on the Ghost Recon team to supposedly celebrate the anniversary of the franchise.

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Ubisoft hangs on to NFTs while their employees don’t want them

A few weeks ago, Ubisoft workers spoke out against the company’s plans related to NFTs. Despite this, the studio has not thrown in the towel and is now trying to convince its employees that they are great.

According to Kotaku, Ubisoft organized a workshop focused on non-fungible tokens with the aim of answering all the questions of developers who do not trust this controversial trend.

In addition, Ubisoft gave away NFTs to the Ghost Recon team as part of the series’ 20th anniversary celebrations. It is a gray cap with a special logo in honor of its 2 decades of existence.

Surely the gift was a huge disappointment, because as compensation it leaves a lot to be desired and, in addition, the majority of Ubisoft employees are against non-fungible tokens.

This is what the “great” NFT that Ubisoft gave to its employees looks like

“I still don’t really understand the ‘problem’ being solved here. Is it really worth the (extremely) negative publicity this will cause? (…) How can you look at private property, speculation, artificial scarcity, and selfishness, and then say ‘yeah, this is good, I want that, let’s put it in art?'” the developers previously commented.

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